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Covid 19: No new deaths in Spain for the last 24 hours Health Ministry confirm

The Ministry of Health for Spain confirms there have been no new deaths in the past 24 hours in the country from coronavirus.

The ministry has published the update on Monday 8th June of the numbers of deaths and infections by coronavirus in Spain.

The data shows there has been no confirmed cases of Covid-19 fatalities in the last 24 hours.

Regarding the number of infections, 48 people have been diagnosed with coronavirus in the last 24 hours compared to 102 new cases on Sunday.

The 48 new confirmed are located in Andalusia (one), Aragon (four), Asturias (two), the Canary Islands (one), Cantabria (two), Castilla y León (five), Catalonia (six), Valencian Community (nine), Galicia (one), Madrid (8), Navarra (6), the Basque Country (two) and La Rioja (one).

The number of deaths dated in the last 7 days stands at 56.

Of the 56 deceased, five are located in Asturias, two in Cantabria, six in Castilla y León, five in Catalonia, two in Extremadura, two in Galicia, 31 in Madrid and three in La Rioja.

The total number of people killed by COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic in Spain stands at 27,136.

There have been 145 new hospitalizations in the last week (124,348 in total): 17 in Andalusia, eleven in Aragon, two in Asturias, one in the Balearic Islands, four in the Canary Islands, four in Cantabria, 15 in Castilla-La Mancha, 18 in Castilla and León, 19 in Catalonia, one in Ceuta, nine in the Valencian Community, one in Extremadura, three in Galicia, 34 in Madrid, one in Murcia, two in Navarra, one in the Basque Country and two in La Rioja.

There have also been reports of 14 new admissions to Intensive Care Units (ICU) in the last seven days, bringing the total to 11,611: one in Aragon, one in Cantabria, four in Castilla-La Mancha, one in Castilla y León, two in Catalonia, four in Madrid and one in Navarra.

These stats were provided by the Ministry of Health for Spain (Ministerio de Sanidad, Servicios Sociales e Igualdad).

 


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